The Black Women’s Intellectual and Cultural History Collective (BWICH) is seeking paper submissions for a broad-ranging conference on black women’s contributions to black thought, political mobilization, creative work and gender theory. We are interested in work on any time period that explores black women as intellectuals across a broad geography including Africa, the Caribbean, [...]
A young DJ stumbled on a warehouse cache and reunited a barrier-breaking photographer with some 500 lost works.
Read the story here: http://www.chicagoreader.com/gyrobase/howard-simmons-photographer-dave-mata-found-photos/Content?oid=1770313&storyPage=1#mce_temp_url#
Thanks again to all of my backers!
By Delphine Fawundu-Buford
In order for this project to be successful, we have to raise $3,830. in 40 hrs. I noticed that we have very few backers on the 5 and 10 dollar levels – of course the higher levels are driving the donations but I think that a mixture [...]
(thanks Amanda, via Deb)
A great article about the commercial legacy of Seydou Keïta. Here is
the link: http://zonezero.com/magazine/articles/rips/index.html
(This should really be on the BPBR site, but the library has blocked it for some reason.)
I’m writing to request you spread the word regarding our November 18 – December 19 exhibition, PHOTOBOOK!! It’s our first annual juried photobooks show. I’m a true believer in the photobook to bring one’s work to the attention [...]keep looking »